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Fri Mar 21 17:11:42 2014 UTClccn-n500210790.00Catalogue of books, for sale, belonging to the library of Richard Alsop, Esq. of Middletown, (Con) deceased; : comprising many valuable and rare works; and including a number of books in the French and Italian languages, with a few in Latin and German0.831.00Stanley Thomas Williams papers,43079402Richard_Alsopn 50021079565069635433lccn-n50040039Jewitt, John Rodgers1783-1821hnrlccn-n50028770Dwight, Theodore1764-1846edtlccn-no92003042Harrington, Karl Pomeroy1861-1953lccn-n50034160Humphreys, David1752-1818lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799nc-boston shipBoston (Ship)lccn-n85305901Hopkins, Lemuel1750-1801lccn-n81041855Molina, Giovanni Ignazio1740-1829lccn-n82101239Boyd, Henry-1832trllccn-n50034041Hayley, William1745-1820Alsop, Richard1761-1815PoetryHistoryGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionJuvenile worksIndian captivitiesNootka IndiansUnited StatesPolitical sciencePacific Ocean--Nootka SoundJewitt, John Rodgers,British ColumbiaChileWashington, George,DemocracyMapuche IndiansNatural historyMapuche languageConnecticutCaptivityPolitical poetry, AmericanBurlesque (Literature)American prose literatureAmerican prose literature--Revolutionary period (United States)Intellectual lifeNootka languageWars of the VendeĢe (France : 1793-1832)FranceHome economicsEpic poetry, EnglishTravelFormulas, recipes, etcCookingAmerican poetry--Colonial periodAlsop, Richard,Nootka Indians--Social life and customsFederal Party (Conn.)Republican Party (Conn. : 1792-1828)ElectionsFederal Party (U.S.)Republican Party (U.S. : 1792-1828)Campaign literatureSouth America--PatagoniaIndians of South AmericaAuthors, AmericanEnglandAdvertising, PoliticalEngland--LondonAlsop familyCommerceMedicineNew York (State)--New YorkTemperancePrivate librariesPeru176118151765179217931795179918001803180618071808181418151816182018241834183518371840184118491851185418561861186918961909192619361939194119571961196619671969197019741975197619781980198119821986199219982000200220052012464179338970.00497F1089.N8ocn425966869ocn006521664ocn263175203ocn191260388ocn035738042ocn175129015ocn191260050ocn07894894583652ocn003182927book18150.86Jewitt, John RodgersNarrative of the adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt; only survivor of the crew of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka sound: with an account of the manners, mode of living, and religious opinions of the nativesHistoryGlossaries, vocabularies, etcAccount of the three years spent in captivity by John Jewitt, of the American trading ship 'Boston', among the Indians of Nootka Sound on the southwest Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, from 1803-180642133ocn062824257file17950.81Aristocracy. an epic poem. : [One line in Latin]Poetry29215ocn000421895book18070.84Alsop, RichardThe echo : with other poemsPoetry23213ocn642784785file17990.84Alsop, RichardThe political green-house, for the year 1798. Addressed to the readers of the Connecticut courant, January 1st, 1799. Published according to act of CongressPoetry2196ocn003398026book18080.92Molina, Giovanni IgnazioThe geographical, natural and civil history of ChiliHistoryJuan Ignacio Monlina (1740-1829) was a jesuit priest born in Chile but forced to flee to Europe after his religious order was expelled from the Spanish Empire in 1767. He settled in Bologna, Italy, and began to write a natural history of his homeland, which was first published in Italian in 1782 (he is also known as Giovanni Ignazio Molina). He completed a second volume on the history of the people of Chile in 1786, and a version of the book was in the library on the HMS Beagle. This two-volume English translation was published in 1809, and also includes notes from other explorers, including a 1791 account of Chile by Pedro Gonzalez de Agueros (1768-93) and a 1774 description of Patagonia by Thomas Falkner (1707-84). Volume 2 covers the civil history of Chile, discussing the indigenous people living there and the arrival of Spanish settlers19616ocn004538859book18000.88Alsop, RichardA poem : sacred to the memory of George Washington, late president of the United States, and commander in chief of the armies of the United States : adapted to the 22d of Feb. 1800Poetry19414ocn006835667book18070.90Alsop, RichardThe echo, with other poemsPoetry1557ocn015451647book18060.94Boiardo, Matteo MariaThe enchanted lake of the fairy Morgana1383ocn000948064book19740.90Franklin, BenjaminThe prose of the minor Connecticut wits13313ocn004926181book18560.88Alsop, RichardThe charms of fancy a poem, in four cantos, with notes1327ocn015435971book18080.94Gosse, EtienneThe lovers of La Vendee, or, Revolutionary tyrannyHistoryFiction13212ocn008586982book18960.73Jewitt, John RodgersThe adventures of John Jewitt : only survivor of the crew of the ship, Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the Indians of Nootka Sound in Vancouver Island1222ocn002048333book19750.76Jewitt, John RodgersNarrative of the adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt : while held as a captive of the Nootka Indians of Vancouver Island, 1803 to 1805History1218ocn015442132book18030.93Alsop, RichardTo the freemen of the state of Connecticut1185ocn642786382com18000.76Alsop, RichardA poem ; sacred to the memory of George Washington, late president of the United States, and commander in chief of the armies of the United States Adapted to the 22d. of Feb. 1800. By Richard Alsop. [Four lines from Charms of fancy]Poetry1064ocn015456833book18140.94Alsop, RichardThe Universal receipt book, or, Complete family directory being a repository of useful knowledge in the several branches of domestic economy : containing scarce, curious, and valuable receipts, and choice secrets997ocn062824067com17920.86Alsop, RichardAddressed by the boy who carries the American Mercury, to the subscribers. Hartford, January 1, 1793962ocn001110529book19740.79Jewitt, John RodgersThe adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt, captive among the Nootka, 1803-18057411ocn016847997book18350.56Goodrich, Samuel GThe captive of Nootka, or, The adventures of John R. JewettJuvenile works6912ocn005160677book18240.73Jewitt, John RodgersThe adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt, only survivor of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka sound; with an account of the manners, mode of living, and religious opinions of the nativesGlossaries, vocabularies, etc4275ocn000005945book19390.70Harrington, Karl PomeroyRichard Alsop, "a Hartford wit"Biography61ocn226855140book17000.66Sir, Your worship's vote and intrest [sic] is humbly desired for Richard Alsop, citizen and vintner of London, to be porter of Gresham Colledge, in the room of Mr. William Newberry, deceas'd; he having been many years free of this city, and of the livery of the said company, but is now destitute of any imployment, and through great losses and decay of trade, very much reduced. And your petitioner shall ever prayHistoryAdvertising fliers11ocn647933930book1.00Alsop, RichardVerses to the shear-water on the morning after a storm at sea poemPrescriptions, formulae, receipts, etcNotebook [n.d.] containing recipes for food, inks, and medicines; and lists of Alsop's books and birds seen by him [ca. 150 p. holograph. leather bound. 19.5 cm.]11ocn083145920mix1.00Robinson, JeremyJeremy Robinson papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, letterbook, diaries, journals, notebooks, and ships' records and papers concerning Robinson and the U.S. Navy, and his role in the struggle for independence in South America, particularly in Chile and Peru. Includes correspondence regarding his proposed history of Chile; supplying specimens for the Lyceum of Natural History, New York, N.Y.; and efforts to obtain government positions. Also includes ships' records relating to the Beaver (Flat-bottomed ship), USS Franklin (Ship of the line), and USS Ontario (Sloop of war). Correspondents include John Quincy Adams, Richard Alsop, James Biddle, Asbury Dickins, David Findlay, Henry Hall, Michael Hogan, Richard M. Johnson, Samuel L. Mitchill, Bernardo O'Higgins, John Bartow Prevost, Nathan Robinson, Richard Rush, William Thornton, Egbert Van Buren, and John Varnum11ocn704901617mixAlsop (Family :Alsop family business correspondence and legal and financial recordsHistoryMapsPrimarily accounts of sales of goods at Lima, Peru, and Valparaiso, Chile, by the American firm Alsop & Co., 1838-1840. Cargoes included textiles, clothing accessories, flour, chairs, lumber, tobacco, rum, sherry and Madeira. The correspondence includes business letters to Alsop & Chauncey, Mr. Alsop, and Mr. Chauncey, but the bulk of the correspondence is in relationship to the Alsop Claim against Chile. In this claim the United States sought to get the company reimbursed funds that were owed to them by Bolivia and then Chile. The correspondence is between a Nathaniel A. Prentiss and George S. Boutwell. The case was finally settled in 1911. One item among the letters that is of particular interest are minutes of the Board of Trustees of the African M.E. Church in Middletown, 1882, concerning the church's debts. Additional financial records consist of a receipt to J.W. Alsop and bills to Mrs. Richard Alsop, 1868- 1877. Also includes a plot map for the Estate of George Penny showing the "Brewery" and "Tuell" lots along the Connecticut River and the Connecticut Valley Railroad, 187711ocn644542682art20000.10Coldham, Peter WilsonAlsop, Richard of Newtown: [New York]HistoryBiographyGenealogyRegisters11ocn318461776mix19411.00King, RufusResearch notes and charts of descendants of Richard Alsop and Hannah UnderhillGenealogyNotes and correspondence of Rufus King, and 2 copies of family chart, possibly prepared by S.W. Hallett, on the descendants of Richard Alsop and Hannah Underhill11ocn137261869art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamAlsop, Richard12ocn155568152mix1.00Alsop, Thomas WHistoryDeeds of Thomas Alsop and others for property in Oyster Bay, estate papers of Richard Alsop, and other receipts, leases and contracts. Others mentioned in the papers include Judith, Philena and Ann T. Alsop; Ambrose, Isaac and Townsend Parish; William Butler; and Daniel Townsend11ocn055706220mixBible record for the Alsop and Riley familiesOriginal bible record (without title page) with entries for the families of Richard and Mary (Wright) Alsop; and Isaac and Hannah (Alsop) Riley11ocn067396463art1986Ralph Earl (1751-1801) : Mrs. Richard Alsop (Painting), 179211ocn274318053art2002Alsop, Richard11ocn702153314mix1.00Alsop (Family :Alsop family papersHistoryDesigns and plansThe papers consist of correspondence, legal papers, diaries, estate records, account books, notebooks, deeds, and miscellanea of the Alsop family of Middletown, Connecticut. Several generations of family members are represented in the papers including: Joseph Wright Alsop (1772-1844), Joseph Wright Alsop (1804-1878), Joseph Wright Alsop (1838-1891), Joseph Wright Alsop (1876-1953), Mary Alsop Oliver Alsop (1815-1893), Richard Alsop (1726-1776), Richard Alsop (1789-1842), Charles Richard Alsop (1802-1865), and John De Koven Alsop (1879-1926). Family mercantile interests in Connecticut and related operations in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru are documented. Files relating to a legal case involving the firm of Alsop & Company, the United States government, and the governments of Bolivia and Chile (1865-1914) are included. The personal papers of several family members are also arranged in the papers11ocn082438011book1815Catalogue of books, for sale, belonging to the library of Richard Alsop, Esq. of Middletown, (Con) deceased; : comprising many valuable and rare works; and including a number of books in the French and Italian languages, with a few in Latin and German11ocn429029660bookAlsop, Richard[Richard Alsop : Australian and New Zealand Art Files]Exhibition catalogs11ocn702167585mix1.00Williams, Stanley ThomasStanley Thomas Williams papersCriticism, interpretation, etcCorrespondence, notes, lectures, writings, and miscellanea relating to the academic career and literary works of Stanley T. Williams, a Yale University professor of American literature, including notes on several prominent American authors11ocn070981681mix1.00Russell & CoRussell & Co. recordsHistoryRecords and correspondenceFamily correspondence chiefly between Samuel Russell and his sons, George O. Russell and John A. Russell, and his brother, Edward Augustus Russell. Other correspondents include J.W. Alsop, Richard Alsop, Philip Ammidon, John Jacob Astor, Cyrus Butler, John Murray Forbes, R.B. Forbes, Augustine Heard, Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard, S.D. Hubbard, William Henry Low, W.L. Newberry, Ithiel Town, Samuel Wetmore, and William Wetmore. Firms represented by correspondence include Baring Brothers & Co., Benjamin & Thomas C. Hoppins, Clarke & Company, of Smyrna, Turkey, Edward Carrington & Company, George Douglas & Company, Hull & Griswold, and Ward & BartholomewFri Mar 21 16:03:57 EDT 2014batch27274